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1 8 THE WESTERN WEEKLY
I Advanced Vaudeville
I WEEK BEGINS SUNDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 30
H Special Vaudeville Engagement of
H Helen Bertram
H Famous American Prima Donna
H l'irst American Apperance of
H Fred Singer
H "The Violin Mnker of Cremona"
H Walter Montague & Co.
H Including George Clancy in "The
H Under Dog"
H Fredericks Raymond Trio
H In the Operatic Act "The Knights
pH Lavine-Cimaron Trio
H Grotesque Comedy and Dancing
H Travesty, "Imagination,,
M Lewis and Green
H Conedians With Some New Ideas
I THE KINODROME.
I ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA.
H Evening Prices 2Sc, SOc, 75c;
Box Scats, $1.00. Matinees 10c,
25c, 50c; Box Scats, 75c.
H Matinee every day but Sunday.
I My Personal Attention
I is given to all sittings
I in my new Studio
I- 38 West Third South
PPJ Across from Greenewald
PPJ Furniture Co.
I C. H. MONROE
H You have no stairs to climb
B Dainty Summer
H Can be cleaned so as to retain all
j their rich lustre, if cleaned the
B Regal way, which means by an
H effect modern process confined
H; exclusively to us in this city.
PH If you are particular, take no
H chances with untried methods, but
PB send to here and be assured re-
H suits that will be entirely satis-
Cleaning S Dyeing Co.
H Main Offloo 1st So, and State
Music and Theatres
Salt Lake Theatre May Robson in "The Rejuvenation of Aunt
Orpheum Advanced vaudeville, headed by the Fadettes of
Salt Lake Theatre.
To Miss May Robson, the character actress with a world-wide
reputation, comes the honor of opening the season at the Salt Lake
Theatre, the doors of that historic playhouse being thrown open for
the season of 1908-9 on Thursday night. The play presented was
"The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary," adapted from the novel of the
same name by Anne Warner. "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary" has
been proclaimed by thousands of seasoned playgoers as the most
delightful comedy of the present time. It is, to be more precise, a
comedy-drama, and one of that strength and stability that should
guarantee it the position of a favorite for many years to come. That
it has proven a success in the east is not to be wondered at, and that
the play and the players won golden opinions from the most severe
of critics, those who make it their business to see and pass their
judgment upon all plays that come this way, is equally easily under
stood. Miss Robson is, of course, the central figure, and her every
utterance and movement is a constant delight. She has been provided
with able assistants, the result being a performance which very nearly
approaches perfection. This really worth while comedy-drama will be
presented again tonight. It can safely be recommended.
The Fadettes are again the headliners at the Orpheum this week
in a bill that is a veritable succession of star acts. The program of
this superb orchestra for their second week in this city is made up of
six popular numbers, including "Die Schonne Calanthe," "The Flat
terer," "The Jolly Musicians," "The National Emblem" (march), "The
Gold Dust Twins" and a couple of extras which have been demanded
by an appreciative audience at each performance. Another week's
engagement of this musical organization would be thoroughly appre
ciated, but the Fadettes will on Saturday night journey on to other
fields of conquest. The "sheath" skirt has made its appearance on
the stage in Salt Lake, the dainty little miss of the Two Pucks team
introducing it in her make-up as a Bowery girl. Both the skirt and
tiie little miss were an instantanoeus hit. The Pucks are, in fact, a
joyous success as juvenile vaudeville artists, both being far above the
average as character actors. Redford and Winchester, who came to
the Orpheum direct from Europe, open the bill with an amusing
and very clever juggling, hoop-rolling and balancing act, the comedian
of the team having a number of new stunts that are a constant de
iight. The three Mosher brothers have a bicycle act that is of the
star order. Fred Warren and Al Blanchard are back again with the
s'ame old songs and stories, which seem to take as well as in the
days of yore. Frank Gardner and Lottie Vincent are the principals
in a novel spectacular fantasy, "Winning a Queen," which is a hodge
podge of nonsense, moving pictures and scenic effects. The work'of
the Orpheum orchestra and the Kinodromc machine arc up to the
usual high standard.
Press Agent Promises
Salt Lake Theatre Emma Lucy Gates, September 2 ; Salt Lake
Opera company in "The Girl and the Governor," September 5 7 8
9 and 10. ' ' '
Orpheum Advanced vaudeville.
Grand Theatre "The Dairy Farm."
Salt Lake Theatre.
The program to be rendered by Miss Emma Lucy Gates in her
dramatic and opr -atic recital at the theatre next Wednesday evening
lias been issued ' will prove very attractive to music lovers The
scene from ' L. . ' will be given in costume witli appropriate stacc
settings while Yvette Gilbert's character songs will also be done in
(Continued on Pago 13.)
Salt Lake Theatre I
GEO. D. PYPER, Manager
Wednesday, September 2, 1908
EMMA LUCY GATES
Dramatic & Operatic
Prof. John J. McClellan
Miss Sybella Clayton
Prices: 25c to $1.00
SALE OPENS MONDAY
September 5 to 10, Matinees
Saturday, Monday & Wednesday
The Salt Lake Opera Co.
"THE GIRL and THE GOVERNOR"
By JULIAN EDWARDS
Prices: 25c to $1.50
Mat. 25c to 75c
SALE OPENS THURSDAY
AT TUB Ca P A IN D GOOD
Second Succemifnl Week, Starting
nnritnln Matlneen Werincidny anil
Saturday, Ific and 25c.
NlKhtu 25c, ROc, and 75c.
TIIC GHAND STOCK COMPANY
Presenting The Rural Comedy
The DAIRY FARM
The best of all the Down East
Plays. Interpreted by the most
capable stock company ever
seen in Salt Lake.
An AltHOlutcly Perfect Production;
A Scenic Ilcvelntlon.
Next Week "Two Little ViiKrnntw."
For Recreation and
J It's never crowded
at Saltair. Train
every 45 minutes.
J Bathing is superb. "'ft
Water as you like
I Dancing on finest
and largest floor in
the state. Held's
Band all summer.
Bicycle Races Twice a Week
Band Concerts Daily
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